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About Grand House China Bistro
Enjoy tastes from an extensive menu of Chinese cuisine in warm and quietly elegant surroundings. Conveniently located in the heart of Oklahoma City, Grand House Asian Bistro offers lunch and dinner selections and a full bar, including an extensive Martini list.
Grand House is also the only restaurant in Oklahoma City to offer traditional dim sum on weekends. Dim Sum is a family-style meal where the diner selects several small plates to sample until they have created a meal. At Grand House, food choices are brought on trays to the various tables, including pot stickers, dumplings, roast duck and much more.
Grand House also now offers sushi. The restaurant has a large sushi list including many traditional favorites and new specialties.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Asian, Dim Sum, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Business Hours :
Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Jamie Bramble, local singer, songwriter - Wednesday nights 5p.m. - 8p.m.
Grand House Trio Jazz - Saturday nights 7p.m. to 10p.m.
Grand House China Bistro's full menu available; custom menus also available
Plenty of free parking available
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Grand House China Bistro Ratings and Reviews
I order the tso chicken which was excellent. My boyfriend dish wasn't good at all he order the curry chicken which was very much soupy and when he bite into the curry chicken it was completely raw messed up his whole experience. I will say the fried shrimp he loved but after taking a bite of that chicken he lost his appetite. He's not one to complain so he paid the check and we left
I love this place. The food is SO SO SO SO SO SO good. The servings are so big that you should totally done them family style. Occasionally they have live music that is enjoyable. The servers are always SO friendly. I have yet to have anything on here I haven't just loved. It is probably my favorite Chinese in the city.
We went to Grand House on Valentine's Day. Our server was so sweet and gracious. We had some funky drink special that came complete with orange slice and sombrero. We had the chicken lettuce wraps. WARNING: they contain mushrooms and the menu doesnt mention that for those with food allergies such as myself. However my gal pal enjoyed them immensley. I had the Thai Basil Chicken. So so so so yummy. She had the Szchehuan Fish, to which she also loved. Good meal, good service. Love this place.
The food was excellent. The Ma Po Tofu is excellent, as is the Hot and Sour Soup. The only thing lacking was the service. Our waiter seemed more interested in having a conversation with some people at another table. We had to ask for our rice, and received our our napkin and utensils as we were preparing to eat.
We are Chinese food fanatics who have eaten in East Coast Chinatowns for years. This is probably our favorite place to eat. We love introducing others to Dim Sum dining for lunch, and we love quiet dinners ordering off the menu.
Eating lunch on a Saturday or Sunday is not just an opportunity to enjoy fantastic food, but also a chance to take part in a noisy, fun, joyful celebration atmosphere full of families, couples, small children, elders, and wait staff.
We booked a table here at the last minute, because of problems getting to our previously planned locale, and were very happy that we did. There was a good live jazz band, but we were offered a table away from the action, which made it easier to have a conversation, too. The corn and crab soup had lovely, tender real crab, but although the hot pot (brought with all the ingredients already cooked in the delicious broth) was very tasty, it contained "krabbe". The Beijing duck, the lobster and the basil scallops were all wonderful and reasonably priced. I am glad to have found a place suitable to take my "foodie" friend from "Taiwan" if he ever comes to OKC and wants to see if there really is good Chinese food here!
We were here for Mother's Day lunch party of 4, when we got to the place it was very busy people waiting for their tables. The crowd overflowing to the outside. After checked in we only waited for 10 minutes to get our table ready, it's pretty fast considering how full the place is. But the food quality wasn't as good as we expected, the 1st 15 minutes we sat at our table no one came around to offer us the Dim Sum menu. Then when they come around we had few Dim Sum, Singapore noddles etc but the taste is just so-so.
You could tell walking in that they were overwhelmed. We had a reservation at 7, arrived about 5 minutes before, and weren't seated until 7:30. This was after two parties of the same size that arrived after us with the same reservation time were seated ahead of us. We were seated at the only table in the place that had folding chairs (classy). Service started okay and went downhill fast. Always had to ask for a refill and then it took 5+ minutes to get water. Food came out and they forgot an order and took 7 minutes to get it out. Food, itself, was mediocre. Had they not put gratuity on the bill, I wouldn't have left near the 18% they put on there.
As previously requested, it would help to have a description of each dish offered on the table to look at before each server comes by with their selection. Also, would give diners the opportunity to see which selections they will wait for and not just take something from the first servers that come to the table.
Far exceeded expectations!!! The food was really great, very tasty and well prepared. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. It is nice to go to a restaurant and have the staff show appreciation that you came to their restaurant. I would make it a point to go back there next time I am in OKC.
Grand House China Bistro - total disappointment. No ambience at all, the food fair. It is kid friendly, parents can allow their kids to run around the restaurant and make noise without restraint or warning from the staff. 3 little kids running around my table but I could still watch the world cup on the 2 large screens over the sushi bar. The soup was okay, the spare ribs - no flavor, none of the great mixed spices. I could have gotten them slathered in sweet and sour sauce (I asked for it on the side). The mixed seafood dish, my biggest complaint. Crab should be from crabs, not immitation crab shapes and the 3 shrimp were so overcooked they had lost any flavor. The brown sauce, tasteless. Waste of time! Staff watching tv at 8pm
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